Photographer Joseph Maida's new book examines the way global society interprets gender, fantasy, and the ways identity is performed.
From Teklife to a digital arts collective, Anibal Luque has made a career out of helping DIY artists and alternative entrepreneurs navigate the often-complicated legal snags that come with starting a business.
Heather Benjamin's drawings take the "girly imagery and emotions" of vintage romance cartoons and transform them into grotesque nightmares.
Antonello Veneri's latest project, Interiores da Maré, documents the lives and homes of people living in the city's infamous slums.
Celia Rowlson-Hall's gorgeous feature-length silent film "Ma" re-imagines the life of the Virgin Mary.
A guide on how to care for an artist if you find one hiding in your home.
The Embarrassment Project, curated by Erik Kessels, is the culmination of a simple assignment given to second-year photography students: "Be brave and create a body of work that feels both embarrassing and liberating."
The "Hollywood Billboard Queen" is still pioneering the art of being famous for being famous.
Fifteen years ago, Melbourne-based artist Roger Essig took DMT. He's been trying to capture the experience since.
We spoke with the founders of Foundations, a biannual arts magazine that always gives you something fresh to talk about.
Francesca DiMattio is the only person we know who makes ceramics with a forklift.
Life After Death and Elsewhere offered Tennessee death row inmates the chance to memorialize themselves in a Manhattan gallery.
It doesn't look like the Conservatives are going to carry the coveted starving artist vote.
Desert Christ Park is filled with biblical statues, each of them crumbling and deteriorating in the elements.
We talked to Mark Newgarden, co-creator of the trading cards, about why they're so popular and why the team never published that drawing of a pickled baby in a jar.
Charles Hamm, founder of the National Association for the Preservation of Skin Art, believes that displaying your relatives' tattoos on your walls is no weirder than putting an urn of cremains on your mantle.
The once-in-a-lifetime exhibition of sculptures at MoMA is the newest big art thing you'll feel like a jerk for missing out on.
We talked to artist duo Freeman/Lowe and musician Jennifer Herrema about their latest multimedia mindfuck, Scenario in the Shade.
The artist, known for visualizing classified government programs and secret operations, took a literal deep dive into government surveillance for his latest project, which documents the seafloor fiber optic cables where the NSA mines personal data.
If it's not funny, it's probably not worth doing.
Adam Seymour is an artist, a published author, a Rentboy.com pinup, and an instructor in Taoist genital massage.
To see photographs of badass ladies come to GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS, opening tonight at Max Fish in New York's City.
VICE talked to the artist about why we need to "feel" energy to understand it, and why he thinks no one cares about global warming.
A look at the country's shadowy, lucrative, and difficult-to-prosecute world of forged art.